Glam’n It Up for Halloween BY PAT BURNS A classic black and white color scheme can work just about everywhere and for everything, and Halloween is no exception. For this

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Cat Daddies * Documents Different Cat Adoptions By Men, Each A Heartwarming Story BY RANNY LEVY David Giovanni is living on the streets of New York, determined to stay together with

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  Raising children or your grandchild (as over 2 million American grandparents are doing today) with confidence and respect isn’t something that parents have to do by themselves. We grandparents

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A review of John Jory’s Smart Cookie BY EMILY MORGAN It’s “idiom day” in the third-grade classroom at the local elementary school. Children are dressed up as a piece of

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Pete the Cat’s Groovy Imagination – Book Review BY EMILY MORGAN For many of us of a certain age, the word groovy conjures up the old Paul Simon song about

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Grandparents raising children for a second time, ‘grandfamilies’ struggle during the pandemic BY LATORIUS ADAMS, MHS Globally, grandparents often serve as surrogate parents for their grandchildren, usually in response to

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4 ways to foster intergenerational relationships Build memories from a young age. The presence of a grandparent in a young child’s life can provide a sense of stability, security, wisdom,

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In praise of teachers and nurses BY JACK LEVINE Please make every effort to keep healthy and practice safety precautions. Prevention is truly the best medicine! This is especially true

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Telebehavioral Health Works  BY TOM WATKINS Don’t toss what Covid proved worked, and worked well. It was once thought unacceptable to provide such a personal service as “talk therapy” over

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The COVID Blinders Could You Or Your Grandchild Have Fatty Liver Disease? If you are anything like me, COVID has affected the time spent with your grandchildren. My grandchildren live

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Summer ~ Time to Revel in Outdoor Play BY JUDITH VAN HORNE Summertime has always been a great time for outdoor play. This year, with most seniors vaccinated and the

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Let’s Find Solutions to White Supremacy Dear Christine – Thank you so much for what you have written about Pride and CRT.  As an educator for over 45 years and

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Shelf Stuff – Summer Reading Selection Why Is Summer Reading So Important for Kids’ Success? According to Study.com, summer reading is critical for students to retain knowledge and skills learned

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              You’re Never to Old for a Unicorn Cake BY CHRISTINE CROSBY When my daughter, Tiffany, sent me these pictures of the unicorn cake

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What Is Critical Race Theory, and Why Is It Under Attack? Reposted with permission from Education Week. Here is the original post By Stephen Sawchuk — May 18, 2021   Is “critical race

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The Velveteen Rabbit = A Modern Elder? BY CHIP CONLEY “Generally, by the time you are Real, most of your hair has been loved off.” –  Margery Williams Bianco, The

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Grandkids Say The Darndest Things! BY BOB CAIRNS I don’t want to go total Art Linkletter GrandKids Say the Darndest Things, but now that I’m a grandparent and when one

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Gloria’s Ten Commandments for Elders Living with Their Grown Children BY DR. KAREN RANCOURT I smile whenever I think of my friend’s mother, Gloria. She was one of those high-energy,

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Are you looking for a way to prevent greying of your beautiful locks? Unfortunately, even though aging is inevitable, there is one easy solution to maintain your vibrant hair colour.

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Menopause is not the end of the world, even though some people may think so. Yes, your body changes with time, and around your 50s, you will have a new

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